By Steven F. Hinchey, DMD
February 24, 2020
Category: Cosmetic Dentistry
Tags: Veneers  

Unhappy with the state of your smile? One of the easiest ways to achieve a perfect set of teeth is through dental veneer treatment. After all, these ultra-thin porcelain shells are capable of covering up a multitude of imperfections to give you a smile that you can be truly proud of. Available from Dr. Steven Hinchey, your dentist here at the Glastonbury Center for Dental Medicine in South Glastonbury, CT, read on to learn what this treatment can do for you.

Give You a Radiant Smile

Not all people’s teeth are fit for teeth whitening. This is especially true if you have stains or discolorations due to medications. Veneers, however, are an easy solution to these types of stains because they can simply cover them up. They’re likewise more stain-resistant than your teeth’s natural enamel, allowing them to remain whiter for longer.

Conceal Cosmetic Flaws and Close Gaps

Veneers can easily mask imperfections and fill in gaps between teeth to improve your smile. They are specifically crafted to fit your teeth, match the shade of your natural teeth, and address the cosmetic requirements needed to give you that flawless smile.

Straighten Your Smile Without Orthodontic Treatment

Because veneers can hide your teeth, you can use them for concealing minor misalignment. They essentially reshape the look of your teeth, making them appear straighter. Do note though that if your tooth placement is negatively affecting your oral health or your bite, your dentist may suggest orthodontics instead.

Hide Chips and Cracks

Besides improving your smile, veneers likewise offer extra durability and strength to your teeth. If you have chips or cracks in your teeth, dental veneers can support your teeth and prevent further damage to them.

Ready to have that Hollywood Smile? Call our South Glastonbury, CT, Office Today

Contact the Glastonbury Center for Dental Medicine in South Glastonbury, CT, at (860) 633-6518 to book a consultation with your dentist, Dr. Steven Hinchey.

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